7 Altyre Road, Croydon, EN, GB, CR9 5AA

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Croydon Clocktower

    With Croydon's close proximity to London, its surprising to find this multi-dimensional arts space. Consisting of the Braithwaite Hall, a 150-person capacity conference and banquet space, Clocktower Court, David Lean Cinema, The Museum of Croydon, several workshops, and an exhibition space, including a café and bar, this is one of the largest and most dynamic centers in Croydon.

    Katharine Street
    Croydon, CR9 1ET

    »Horniman Museum and Gardens

    Housing enthralling collections of everything from ethnography to musical instruments, a visit to the Horniman Museum and Gardens is a truly fascinating experience. In addition, the museum also offers an exciting glimpse into the threatened underwater world in the Living Waters Aquarium, where visitors can see a rich variety of creatures in pond, lake and sea environments. The Horniman Gardens complete the list of attractions. Originally part of Frederick Horniman's home, the Gardens have plenty to offer the visitor. During the summer months, there are numerous concerts held here, with entertainment facilities for younger visitors. Admission to the museum & gardens is free.

    100 London Road
    London, SE23 3PQ

    »Dulwich Picture Gallery

    Designed by the Victorian architect Sir John Soane, this was the first public art gallery in Britain. The collection on display includes works by world-renowned artists such as Van Dyck, Canaletto, Watteau, Hogarth, Poussin, Rembrandt, Rubens, Gainsborough and Reynolds. Dulwich Picture Gallery is based in picturesque Dulwich Village and is one of the hidden gems of Southwark. A practical art education studio, a lecture theater, an exhibition space and a cafe are also on site. On Saturdays and Sundays, the gallery offers free guided tour to all its visitors.

    Gallery Road
    London, SE21 7AD


    Whitehall is a fascinating museum within an old Tudor house in Cheam, Sutton, England. The impressive early 16th-century structure, timber-framed estate consists of an authentic Tudor kitchen, a fireplace replete with cooking equipment and an entire room dedicated to the fabulous Nonsuch Palace – a former palace built in the 17th-century by Henry VIII. The structure also consists of various Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian influences within its walls. Children’s entertainment includes dressing up in Victorian and Tudor era clothes and playing with traditional old-world toys. Also on the premises is a charming little tea room serving delicious cream tea and homemade cake. Public visitation is granted and admission is free. Wheelchair access is available and comfortable.

    1 Malden Road
    Cheam, SM3 8QD


    This photographic gallery and studio offers the use of two darkrooms (color and black and white), digital imaging equipment and even a picture library specializing in social issues. Educational and community events are also an important aspect of this center. You must be a member of Photofusion to access the facilities, so call for information. Photofusion also offers courses in photography and imaging. So go ahead, be click happy!

    17a Electric Lane
    London, SW9 8LA

    »Brixton Art Gallery

    Founded in 1983, Brixton Art Gallery is a two level contemporary art gallery whose focus is to educate people about art through exhibitions, community activities and school programs. It regularly hosts exhibits by local and well known artists and is famous for their poetry nights. The gallery is also available on rent for various functions.

    35 Brixton Station Road
    London, SW9 8RB

    »Red Gate Gallery

    Established in 1998, the Red Gate Gallery in London's Brixton neighborhood has come a long way in promoting visual arts in the area. Supporting established and emerging artists with equal fervor, the exhibitions tend to reflect diverse themes. Their spacious and versatile gallery can be hired for meetings, workshops and social events, while one can also replenish oneself at the in-house cafe which serves sumptuous light snacks and drinks. Check their website for an idea of the kind of events and art work you can expect here. 

    209A Coldharbour Lane
    London, SW9 8RU

    »Clapman Art Gallery

    The Clapman Gallery is a must-visit place for artists from all over the world. Housing works by international big wigs this arts gallery also finds and promotes emerging artists whose works are of the highest standard and quality. Works of esteemed artists including Kathryn Lang, Zavier Ellis, Paul Catherall, Sean Fairman and Jo Barrett are found here. The gallery predominantly deals with paintings but has ventured into sculpture, video and mixed media. Exhibitions are held here periodically and works of artists are showcased on a regular basis.

    40-48 Bromell's Road
    London, SW4 0BG


    The only Grand-Slam still played on grass, Wimbledon has 19 main courts, but Number One and Centre Court are where to catch the major matches. The Wimbledon Tennis Championship draws thousands of visitors each year, including many celebrities keen to watch their favorite players, and so is the place to see and be seen each summer. Tickets for Wimbledon are by ballot form in December, so check the website for details. A few hundred tickets go on sale at 10:30a at the door on each day of the championships for those not lucky enough to have procured them earlier. Wimbledon also hosted tennis during the 2012 Olympic Games.

    Church Road
    Merton, SW19 5AE

    »The Sassoon Gallery

    The Sassoon Gallery is a venue that plays host to a number of events ranging from art exhibitions and live theatre performances to seminars and workshops. The gallery attracts artists from the areas of London, Peckham and also international artists. The gallery is located within close proximity to the public transportation.

    213 Blenheim Grove
    London, SE15 4QL

    »Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

    The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum traces the origins of the modern tennis game over the last century or so. You can enjoy this museum even if you aren't a tennis lover, as it captures the spirit of tennis excellently. Exhibits include displays on the social history of tennis, how modern equipment has been developed, interactive quizzes, and a vast collection of tennis paraphernalia. Several tennis stars have donated clothing and equipment for display. The exhibit illustrating how fashions in tennis-wear have changed over the last century is particularly interesting. The gift shop sells souvenir gifts, books and, for the real enthusiast, Wimbledon leisure wear.

    Church Road
    London, SW19 5AE

    »The Old Sweet Shop

    The Old Sweet Shop may sound like a candy store, but this venue is actually an art gallery and shop. This store offers fantastic work from talented artists and designers. You'll be able to find unique and creative pieces from emerging artists. The friendly staff will help you find the perfect artwork.

    11 Brookwood Road
    London, SW18 5BL
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